Are you needing to develop a new website for your business in 2013 but are worried about how you are going to find the money to pay for it in these difficult economic times. After all a good new website can cost from something like £500 to… well, the sky’s the limit.
If you are in the business of selling goods then your new website needs to become a vibrant virtual ‘shop window’ for you and that means that you will need to invest in an Ecommerce website. Sadly that also means that your new site is going to cost noticeably more than £500.
Here at DBN Web Design even though we pride ourselves on offering an old fashioned value for money service, an ecommerce website such as www.bromleydesignerwear.co.uk or www.junglefrog.co.uk will not be cheap and many businesses that we have spoken to find the cost prohibitive.
This can particularly be a problem for a new start-up business. You need the website now in order to get your name out there and to start trading on-line, but as a new business you’d like to be trading for a while before committing to this sort of expense.
However recently at a Broxtowe networking event we met Victoria Copestake from First Enterprise Business Agency who suggested a way around this condundrum. She told us about loans that would be perfect for creating that new website you need. Loans from £3,000 to £50,000 that are backed by the government and are available in the East Midlands through First Enterprise.
Go to www.first-enterprise.co.uk/small-loans or call 0845 6027355 for full details.